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Journal Articles

Berg, P., Appelbaum, A., Bailey, T., Kalleberg, A. (2004). Contesting Time: International Comparisons of Employee Control of Working Time. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. View PDF

Bailey, T., Hughes, K., & Karp, M. M. (2002). What Role Can Dual Enrollment Programs Play in Easing the Transition Between High School and Postsecondary Education? The Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education, 24(2), 18–29.

Bailey, T., Berg, P., & Sandy, C. (2001). The Effect of High Performance Work Practices on Employee Earnings in the Steel, Apparel, and Medical Electronics and Imaging Industries. Industrial Labor Relations Review, 54(2A), 525–543.

Bailey, T. & Bernhardt, A. (1997). In Search of the High Road in a Low-Wage Service Industry. Politics and Society, 25(2), 179–201. Abstract

Bailey, T., Hughes, K. L., & Barr, T. (2000). Achieving Scale and Quality in School-to-Work Internships: Findings from Two Employer Surveys. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 22(1), 41–65.

Bailey, T. & Merritt, D. (1997). Industry Skill Standards and Education Reform. American Journal of Education, 105(August), 401–436.

Bailey, T. & Merritt, D. (1997). School-to-Work for the College Bound. Education Week, October 28, 1997.

Bernhardt, A. & Bailey, T. (1998). Improving Worker Welfare in the Age of Flexibility. Challenge, 41(5), 16–44.

Bernhardt, A., Morris, M., & Handcock, M. (1997). Percentages, Odds, and the Meaning of Inequality: Reply to Cotter et al. American Journal of Sociology, 102(4), 1154–1162.

Bernhardt, A., Morris, M., & Handcock, M. (1995). Women's Gains or Men's Losses? A Closer Look at the Shrinking Gender Gap in Earnings. American Journal of Sociology, 101(2), 302–328.

Bernhardt, A., Morris, M., & Handcock, M. (1994). Economic Inequality: New Methods for New Trends. American Sociological Review, 59(2), 205–219.

Grubb, W. N. (2002). Learning and Earning in the Middle, Part I: National Studies of Pre-Baccalaureate Education. Economics of Education Review, 21(4).

Grubb, W. N. (2002). Learning and Earning in the Middle, Part II: National Studies of Pre-Baccalaureate Education. Economics of Education Review, 21(5).

Hughes, K. L., Karp, M. M., & Orr, M. T. (2005). Business Partnerships for American Education: Employer Involvement in the National Academy Foundation's High School Career Academies. Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 54(3). View PDF

Hunter, L. W., Bernhardt, A. D., Hughes, K. L., & Skuratowicz, E. (2002). It's Not Just the ATMs: Technology, Firm Strategies, Jobs, and Earnings in Retail Banking. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 54(2A), 402–424. View PDF

Orr, M. T. (1998). Integrating Secondary Schools and Community Colleges Through School-to-Work Transition and Education Reform. Journal of Vocational Education Research, 23(2), 93–113.

Wieler, S. S. & Bailey, T. (1996). Going to Scale: Employer Participation in School-to-Work Programs at LaGuardia Community College. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 19(2), 123–140. Abstract

 


 

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